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Global Canada rejects hundreds of immigrants based on incomplete data, Global News investigation

“[Immigration officers] treat that number as a very firm number, which means if it’s anything over [$6,655], then the person can be inadmissible,” Smith said, adding that she’s represented clients who’ve been found inadmissible for as little as $400 over the limit. “That number is everything in whether their case gets approved or it gets refused.”

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Written by Andrew Russell and Brian Hill


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